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i i i. left. protesters clashed in germany for a second. rest was fueled by the. hope of a fresh. collusion investigation after the attorney of former lawyer. claims he has evidence of any illicit contacts. general elections. taking place in so-called areas on the program.
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called by. special area. just after midday on tuesday here in moscow thanks for joining us on r.t. international because your top story. some three thousand. clashed over two days in the german city of leaving a number of people injured rest was prompted by the arrest of an iraqi and a syrian following the stopping of a man on sunday. the reports from the city very different scenes here on tuesday morning that we saw on monday evening if we come over here just to my left the iconic statue the iconic head of that kimmitt says famed for this was the rallying point. demonstration that took place on monday evening
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was. was in this was where we saw the the pushing the shoving the some pyrotechnics were thrown and we saw some people that were wounded by that some literal blood on the streets here of kim minutes that have been seen and this all came about because of what happened just over to my right here you'll be able to see a small shrine a small vigil still taking place at the spot where a thirty five year old man will stand today in the early hours of sunday morning this was following the the city festival here in him it's a big citywide celebration that was taking place now
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a twenty two year old iraqi man and a twenty three year old syrian a current lee in custody in connection with that death we also understand some other people who were involved in that fight have are still in hospital receiving treatment now what this has done is it's really brought to the surface the tensions that have existed in germany since twenty fifty and the muscle rifle of people of refugees and migrants into the country the two main suspects in this killing are two people from the middle east has certainly inflame tensions and we certainly heard from the government here in germany was chancellor angela merkel saying that she would not tolerate what she called a vigilante justice of course this is become really the epicenter of that split between the left in the right between those that believe that refugees should be welcomed here and those that say that they're trying to defend their jhoom in this
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almost certainly an ongoing situation here in kimmitt. now the city where the violent unrest has been taking place has a population of about two hundred fifty thousand people and political analyst rana roth first says public anger over migration poses a serious threat well we can see that tensions grow higher and higher in respect to the migration issues related security issues and the frustration among certain parts of the population growth. seemingly is not possible with the existing security system also the judicial system to take care of the crow in challenges becomes a real threat that citizens who are already really frustrated and aggressive take to the streets and. try to. people who look as if
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they were refugees or migrants and attack them. hopes of a fresh lead in the trump russia collusion probe have been dashed that's after the attorney for the us president's former lawyer back pedaled on his earlier claims in our says his client has no proof of any illicit connections and kill a mop and reports from new york. the attorney representing trump's lawyer michael cohen has been going around the mainstream media indicating that he's getting ready to release a bombshell about trump russia collusion now the press has been salivating like a hungry hound anxious to get their hands on the smoking gun the trump russia probe has been waiting for i can tell you that. mr cohen has knowledge on certain subjects that should be of interest to the special counsel and is more than happy to tell the special counsel all that he knows davis isn't just speaking in
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generalities he said he had information about the d.n.c. being hacked he also said he had information about the now infamous meeting between donald trump jr and two russian nationals supposedly about digging up information about hillary clinton now he says he's willing to share this information with the special counselor except now he's backtracking he says it's all a big misspeak i should have been more clear including with you that i could not independently confirm what happened i regret my ira now the attorney for michael cohen isn't just retracting his own words he seems to be throwing cold water on something that c.n.n. treated like a breaking news explosion sources with knowledge tell myself and call that michael cohen claims then candidate donald trump knew in advance about the june twenty sixth meeting in trump tower crucially these sources tell us that cohen is willing to make that assertion to the special counsel wabbit moeller the reporting of the
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story got mixed up so michael cohen does not have information that president trump knew about the trump tower meeting with the russians beforehand or you know. c.n.n. stands by its report why let the truth get in the way of a good story but for donald trump who has been screaming the f. word for months that word is fake by the way this fits his narrative perfectly michael cohen's the. clarified the record saying his client does not know if president trump knew about the trump tower meeting out of which came nothing the ensor is that i did not know about the meeting just another phony story by the fake news media so why is this such a big deal well if this story had panned out it would have meant that finally bob muller had some significant evidence it's been over a year and a half since the special counsel has been sent out to investigate issues related to trump and russia collusion so far he has uncovered some foul play from some former trump associates but nothing related to russia it looks like michael cohen's lawyer
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had everyone convinced that finally there would be some real evidence surfacing but alas it looks like we got faked out again still no evidence back to square one but it looks like the investigation has no sign of stopping. r.t. new york. a us presidential candidate an award winning war correspondent one of trump's former advisers the u.k. opposition leader and the rock star it may appear not to have too much in common but according to one blogger they are all supporters of so-called assad as a. starter for explains. labeling people as in fashion has been for the past couple of years in fact populist mainstream deplorable or when it comes to syria and a scientist like a sadist to but it also supports the syrian president at least that seems to be the logic behind an index of names recently claude together i chose primarily this term
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rather than the narrower term pro assad because some of the public figures in this list explicitly denied being pro assad but still persistently repeat coraline's of regime propaganda narratives steve bannon and glenn greenwald boris johnson norm chomsky let's say the chances of coming across any other list banding these people together are slim you published an article full of lies because you're too lazy and or malicious to care that you're doing it i never defended the sad regime in my life this is astonishing and a useful directory of people defending their sudra sheen what an absolute joke in fact the author was quite meticulous coming up with a ten point quote unquote scale of a side ism and having read through those i figured that maybe i should offer my young bull assistance in completing this list as by no means does it look finished take this point implying the west has somehow supported al nusra or isis i think
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we're back in people we have no idea who they are the rebels we call of the rebels the patriotic rebels we have no idea lot of people think you know that they are isis how about expanding it with the whole staff of the us state department they denied entry to the leader of the white helmets over security concerns and after all being mean to them is a capital offense to any individual in any group. suspected of. ties or relations with extremist groups or was that we had believed to be a security threat to united states we would act accordingly but as for those who are already on. interviewed a couple of them document is is ridiculous in many ways but it's also deeply concerning virt is part of a witch hunt against people who don't accept the government line on military intervention in the middle east supporters based on no facts whatsoever. the early
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. takes no account whatsoever of my actual views on. what we're looking at here just what this black list is something published by someone who we had never heard of before totally obscure figure this is just like comical level of research and it's being promoted by the same people who have been not only promoting western intervention in syria but who have been dedicated for the past two years to attacking and mirroring anyone who gets in their way all over the list was a bit of a nobody before giving man birth to his catalogue but as its popularity swells let the public shaming commence. the elections looming in sweden rightwing support is gaining momentum that's about a spate of incidents in swedish cities of gangs setting cars on fire almost two
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thousand cars have been torched across the country since january with a record this month when over one hundred cars were burnt all vandalized in just a few hours. before but most of the first of the question has to be are sort of the. act were you doing for good or who do you think you are born or you destroyed the whole area of the neighborhoods where the children on their way to preschool have to see burnt out cars going to. respond. from society any of us who should r.t. is more of an option of visited one such trouble district with a local journalist. or. was. to come to. the hollowness well of this noble souls or we're going.
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right now we're driving to the southern part of stockholm the swedish capital to one of the areas called by police as found the rebel area or especially vulnerable area or risk area how the refer to it but in the media very often they call these neighborhoods right now around sixty one of them officially stood by police as no go so and he with me is still a swedish journalist chang free thank you so much for being my guy tonight. no games are in sweden seriously of course you can go dark. you will have problem if you go to with a carer or if your police. for years swedish vulnerable areas have been grabbing headlines over she teen in car burnings the latter has nearly doubled every ten years why do they burn the cards and i think it's like the
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show police that there were called for all of the police to go. a lot of people are angry because you know if you could walk if you have a parking lot with what the cost of or only put one coral fire of course it will spread to the next door an extra. just a common thing that people leave those areas they move their service they make some more money they move away immediately definitely they don't want to keep still go with the school here who are they feel. a spark that discussion is. true a lot if it's a little girl saw and there's. some politician understeer you give out for example a social democrat. he called it no it's a go go so you know so you were. hollered i used to leave. every set with the police never figure out why they got out the day you had of course. the police car
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so they had to call for what you call it. a truck took it that way the police got when he was stuck to prove it's a go go so known for high criminality rate theories have also a reputation for drug trade. terrorists place where it's a lot of drugs. people up there are just go out there are. people standing here and for whatever and then one for you even if you're blind you will see what they could dealing drugs it's not like they are hiding it but if the people who have lost their way over to i don't violent that it would like to. know a little don't know to do they do know the mafia give me money no money ok but wasn't that issue than you may know. but what we've seen across sweden's
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vulnerable areas looked quite tense just like the country's prime minister has described although the authorities never agreed many tend to blame the massive number of immigrants for the situation. people think that it's related to his two thousand and fifteen immigration crisis with no this is because of immigration we had twenty years ago a lot of these people are criminal the second generation immigrants the parents came through if you want to be from arctic you could say that the worst is still ahead of us. some locals dubbed the trouble areas no go zones but police claim no such areas exist prefer to call them vulnerable areas and they are characterized by a high crime rates and social exclusion we spoke to aid for social scientist he says economic hardship among migrants is at the root of the problem. well you understand that look at how little we know about it because it pisco to what we
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have. not. done my grounds to get into the labor market so it's oh that's that's a big brawl and here we are. in there making enough to change their political. party the first time he story. from being social democrats and and getting into very very unhappy right new york a not fair political. situation so all sort of course recently we've got all to. myself to come here on the program on our top military officials and me and are accused of genocide and crimes against humanity that story and much more just.
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join me every thursday on the alex salmond and obviously going to get out of the world of politics sport i'm show business i'll see you there. when lawmakers manufactured and sentenced to public wealth. when the ruling classes project themselves. in the final merry go round there's only the one percent. we can all middle of the room signals. the real news is really cold.
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yes. it is good to have you with us today ridiculous misinformation that's what the u.s. led coalition in syria has branded a report on our website www dot com that article on syrian refugee camp was however simply quoting the russian foreign ministry author uses america takes a really good look at the accuracy of the claims in question colonel sean ryan spokesman for operation inherent resolve the us led coalition against feisal she said that we were pushing quote ridiculous information after reading one of the articles of syria to be distracted by ridiculous misinformation from r.t. the coalition is focused on defeat isis mission and we continue to work with for to secure the out temp region in southern syria the article in question was in an op
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ed that it quotes from the russian ministry of foreign affairs who asserted that i still had infiltrated work on refugee camp in syria and that the us government was fully aware of it which claimed as a coalition support to the misinformation about the presence of i saw in the camp or that the u.s. was aware of it the group on refugee camp is located in the southwestern all done so region in syria in an area controlled by the international coalition it's one of the largest refugee camps in syria hosting tens of thousands of refugees and islamic state infiltration is well documented the last un security council report braced fears over potential facebook plots from inside the camp densely populated reuben camp in southern syrian arab republic contains some eighty thousand internally displaced persons including families of eisold fighters a situation which member states fear might generate new eisel cells and group on campus been hit by at least four terrorist attacks over the past three years the
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islamic state has claimed three of them in fact the ice will track one. once talked to the jordanian government to close its border near the camp and concern over possible infiltration is one of the reasons that jordan has cited for keeping its borders close to syrian refugees we. know that there are some people or isis people in but inside the camp as i said they. have been for them. they're trying to control and talk create some sims inside the camp when n.b.c. sought to film the camp for a story they were told it would be too dangerous because of the presence of islamic state fighters less safe so or at least it's meant to be but the jordanian military pilot who took us in wouldn't fly over it and the isis fighters these people fled from are inside it so the presence of ice on the camp hasn't been a secret washington stated goal in syria is the defeat of islamic state terrorists
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so it's hard to believe that their presence in an area controlled by the international coalition would go undetected if the u.s. military isn't aware of the issue or she is more than ready to provide open source information r.t. has reached out operation here at result to find out what part of the article was misinformation but we've yet to hear from them what's the international would like to know what part of this article was ridiculous misinformation if there are no ice or fighters in the area what is the mission of the us military base in the region given the stated goal of all us operations is the defeat of isis we look forward to your answer. the un says military officials in miramar should be prosecuted for genocide accusing them of the greatest crimes against roe hinge on muslims a minority group which are numbered around a million at the start of twenty seventeen are not regarded as citizens in the southeast asian country. both human rights violations rape gang rape sexual slavery
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forced nudity and mutilation for the greatest crimes under international law we didn't. receive any cooperation from the myanmar government we are deeply disappointed that state concert down through san suu kyi has not used to position or her moral authority to stem prevent or condemn the unfolding events in that kind state over the years suchi the country's de facto leader has repeatedly denied any ethnic cleansing is taking place she's also blocked the u.n. fact finding mission from accessing the area and twenty seventeen now despite that she's been seen as something of a hero in the west she previously won a nobel peace prize and a u.s. congressional gold medal hollywood even made her life story into a film and top world leaders called her an inspiration power of your example which is inspiration to people all around the world including myself a fearless champion of human rights and democracy your example your
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perseverance and your beliefs is a huge inspiration to people across britain and people around the world. clearly you will be playing a key role in your country's future for many years to come thank you for your inspiring message we spoke with doris one head of the u.n. fact finding mission in myanmar who believes that the country's leader has ignored the atrocities in the region when you used ethnic cleansing which i think is a little extreme i don't think there's ethnic cleansing going on i think ethnic cleansing is too strong an expression to use what's happening at the state council or. we have been able to do more than what she has done. she was clearly dead of her responsibilities and we were just a disappointment that she did on moral authority. to do something about
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this either to start to stand. up policies that needed to be there to address the u.n. considers the rohini the most persecuted minority in the world and calls the situation a human rights catastrophe as the result of military offensives against the minority at least three hundred one thousand two villages have been destroyed and thousands killed the u.n. also stresses cases of women being gang raped and children assaulted. why just twenty twenty five minutes past the hour here at moscow we are back with more. what politicians do to. put themselves on the line when they get accepted or
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rejected. so when you want to be president. some want to. let you go on to be for us to see what before three in the morning people are. interested always in the water. for shit. it was you know provision on my back on it i wanted to. ask but i. think oh. you're so your height oh i lost his boss because i just got then you just got to go we don't have anybody on a month but that's honest i don't think there's been any of that. so i says you know what i was you're not. you're not just i mean what i'm already but have spent a lot of. i mean the law we're going to go. there for an up as well i must admit that really feels i just don't get it i'm getting letters but those were the oath
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that if people sign those people are going to respond on one of these but i was listening to this but it was one of these i will ask him i will write about him with i said he could have got a bomb i just bought that already he said whiskey and he could think of it but i think with you you seem to mean to carry out my thought aloud but let me just quote to you. in a world of big partisan. and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that midstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bats and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the troops the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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this is boom boss broadcasting around the world from washington d.c. i'm bart chilton thank you for joining us today is a visiting day there is a bevy of big international business and finance news out today we'll get to it for you including looking at the world's largest companies saudi aramco and the stall the initial public offering the i.p.o. and we'll look at oil prices and more with david greenberg of greenberg capital plus molly barrows our legal journalist from from the national trial lawyers magazine looks at which companies are benefiting from what some call slave labor in u.s. prisons and we pump start the broadcast today with breaking news on the bilateral trade deal between the united states and mexico from the oval office of the white
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house u.s. president donald trump announce a proposed new united states mexico trade agreement with mexican president cheney and d.h.l. mr trump has the mexican president on speakerphone to deal with these to be approved by the u.s. congress mr trump said we are getting rid of nafta because it was a bad deal for the united states president nato said he hoped that now the canadians could join the price by try party deal while the two leaders seemed at odds of the inclusion of canada what was called a framework agreement between mexico and the u.s. is seen as a for middle both feet for war we're joined by our to correspond at manila chan manila thank you for being with us you've been following this all day all day what's the latest well you know you've nailed everything there so far apart and of course where else did it start but on twitter the president's favorite outlet so the outgoing mexican president enrique pena nieto solidified that vague tweet president trying to put out this morning by joining trump on speakerphone before
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the press listen to what pena nieto had to say. we can't go to plan b. you might. be are you going to do these. you know. he. would be the. brother he going to marry now it sounds like nafta is effectively dead in the water but not so fast president he's got to get congressional approval to move forward with any sort of replacement deal as of now he's calling this the us mexico trade agreement clearly canada not yet a part of this deal not being named president trump sounding a bit hesitant to bring canada into the fold given the recent terror spat and verbal sparring he's had with canadian pm just.


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